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Jesus' hearers were often afflicted with the "hardening of the categories," such that:
all of the above
Regarding the law on vows and oaths, in which way does Jesus fulfill the law?
Jesus the lens: stripping away traditions to recover the true intent
The ongoing covenantal demand from the law's atoning sacrifices is that we approach the Lord's Supper with:
a repentant heart
Regarding the law of circumcision, in which way does Jesus fulfill the law?
Jesus as filter: blocking certain aspects or practices while the fulfilled reality continues
In the New Testament Jesus performs miracles because he is God
Jesus' forgiveness of sins amounted to a claim to be God
As the Lord of the Sabbath, Jesus is the source of the deep rest we need
Regarding the law on Sabbath-keeping, in which way does Jesus fulfill the law?
Jesus as the lens: stripping away traditions to recover the true intent
Jesus' command to be "teleios" in Matthew 5:48 means we must be
faithful to God's character
Jesus' healings on the Sabbath indicate that:
healing is an activity very appropriate to the meaning of Sabbath
The point of Jesus' parable of the Good Samaritan is
that we shouldn't ask the question "Who is my neighbor?"
Irrelevant details are conspicuous marks of ancient legendary material
The apocalyptics who wrote using the name of the previous Old Testament figures did so with the intent of
trying to convey a prophetic voice during a time when the Spirit was silent